Author: Balkans Post

Balkans Post
Balkans Post

The mission of Balkans Post is to bring cogent and accurate analysis of Balkans events in a truthful and unfiltered manner. We feel like we can do a much better job of succeeding in this mission than other websites and news outlets because we are unencumbered by the ideological boundaries of right and left. This allows us to not shy away from truth and to relentlessly pursue it no matter which road it leads us down.

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MEK a U.S. tool against Iran

Posted on: 2019/08/19

Professor Tim Anderson, Balkans Post, August 19 2019:… Yes it is quite possible that Albania will de destabilized by U.S. proxies the MEK, and also by DAESH members. Between 2013 and 2016 Washington moved the 2,900 Camp Ashraf MEK members to Albania, where they had also moved some former DAESH/ISIS fighters (Spahiu 2018; Khodabandeh and Khodabandeh 2018). The U.S. and NATO appear to be using Albania as a home for these terrorist ‘assets’; and the Albanian government seems to expect some leverage with the U.S. for performing this hosting service. MEK a U.S. tool against Iran: Australian expert 

Olsi Jazexhi : MEK Helping Albania Slide Toward Authoritarianism

Posted on: 2019/08/10

Balkans Post, August 10, 2019:… If you ask in private any Albanian politicians – including those who attend the MEK meetings with Maryam Rajavi – as to how much democratic MEK is, they will laugh. The most enthusiastic supporters of the MEK will tell you in private “we know that they are terrorists. But America has told us to support them and we do it.” Those who consider the MEK a “democratic alternative” to Iran’s democratically elected government should also proclaim Abu Bakr al-Baghdadi and Muhamed bin Salman of Saudi Arabia as champions of democracy in the world. Olsi Jazexhi : MEK Helping Albania Slide Toward Authoritarianism. 

MEK terror festival in Albania

Posted on: 2019/07/19

Balkans Post, Tirana, Albania, July 18 2019:… On the last Saturday, 13 July 2019, the annual “Free Iran” conference was held for the first time at Ashraf 3 in Albania, the headquarters of the Mujahedin-e Khalq (MEK or MKO), a notorious terrorist cult known by several other different names and acronyms, including People’s Mojahedin of Iran (PMOI), National Liberation Army of Iran (NLA), and National Council of Resistance of Iran (NCRI). Newest MEK terror festival in Albania